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Leucadia National Corp (LUK.N)

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Tue, Jan 16 2018

BRIEF-Leucadia National Expects Q4 Results To Reflect Charge Of About $450-$500 Mln

* LEUCADIA NATIONAL - ANTICIPATE RESULTS FOR Q4 OF 2017 WILL REFLECT A CHARGE IN APPROXIMATE RANGE OF $450-$500 MILLION FROM IMPACT OF TAX ACT - SEC FILING Source text - http://bit.ly/2DGKClq Further company coverage:

BRIEF-Leucadia National Corp Exploring Sale Of Part Or All Of Its Stake In National Beef Packing Unit- WSJ

* LEUCADIA NATIONAL CORP EXPLORING SALE OF PART OR ALL OF ITS STAKE IN NATIONAL BEEF PACKING UNIT- WSJ, CITING SOURCES Source text: http://on.wsj.com/2mcbWAL Further company coverage:

Leucadia adds $100 mln to Folger Hill bet as hedge fund stabilizes

NEW YORK, Nov 6 Leucadia National Corp has doubled down on hedge fund firm Folger Hill Asset Management LP with a new approximately $100 million investment, according to a person familiar with the situation.

BRIEF-‍Leucadia National reports 12.1 percent passive stake in Easterly Acquisition Corp ​

* ‍Leucadia National Corp reports 12.1 percent passive stake in Easterly Acquisition Corp as of Aug 31 - SEC filing​ Source text: (http://bit.ly/2wfn8id) Further company coverage:

BRIEF-Leucadia National Q2 earnings per share $0.16

* Leucadia National Corporation announces second quarter 2017 results

Leucadia shares could gain as Jefferies, National Beef rebound: Barron's

NEW YORK Shares of Leucadia National Corp stand to rise about 15 percent as some of the conglomerate's key holdings bounce back, according to a Barron's article published on Sunday.

Leucadia shares could gain as Jefferies, National Beef rebound -Barron's

NEW YORK, July 23 Shares of Leucadia National Corp stand to rise about 15 percent as some of the conglomerate's key holdings bounce back, according to a Barron's article published on Sunday.

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